Resource pages for "Net Zero"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
For decades, Constellation has been a leader in carbon-free energy generation and in offering sustainable solutions to customers as we accelerate the transition to a carbon-free future.
Campus updates aim to reduce the university’s greenhouse gas emissions by 20% by 2025 and save over $3M a year through the 15-year contract.
Your business has ambitions energy goals. Direct Efficiency from Duke Energy One can help you fast-track them into action with customized energy solutions and flexible financing, including no upfront cost.
Beginning in 2023, publicly traded companies will need to track and report all carbon emissions generated by their value chain.
The Royal Caribbean Group’s zero-energy cruise terminal is on track to earn LEED Gold and will be fully solar-powered.
The global initiative’s mission is to eliminate carbon emissions from the built environment to reach net zero.
To create a more sustainable future for the built environment, the real estate industry needs unified leadership and collaboration.
As our need to understand environmental footprinting has come into sharper focus, the role of workplace designers, engineers, contractors, facilities, and operations teams has begun to shift to one of environmental stewardship.
Build Better Now, a virtual reality online exhibition, showcases urgent role buildings and cities can play as a solution to climate crisis.
Massachusetts is top state for LEED followed by Washington, Illinois; California ranks #1 for LEED green building professionals, according to USGBC.
Now in its sixth year, ASHRAE’s LowDown Showdown engages architects, engineers, designers, and energy modelers by working on integrated teams to create outstanding designs to solve building efficiency challenges.
This week, nonprofit Keep America Beautiful, in concert with the U.S. EPA, has conducted a series of initiatives to showcase what's possible through recycling.
The official 2019 count is 580 certified, verified, and emerging projects, according to the newly released 2019 Getting to Zero Project List from the New Buildings Institute.
With 38 signatories, the World Green Building Council launched its Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment to further the move toward a decarbonized built environment in the coming decades.
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